As alumni of the School of Biological and Chemical Sciences (SBC), you are vital to our School's tradition, history and future.


Throughout the academic year, SBC sponsors special events that alumni often attend. These events include our Trailblazers in Molecular Biology and Biophysics Lecture Series spotlighting the foundational work of imminent scientists, Nobel Laureates and members of the National Academy of Sciences.

In addition, the annual Alumni Achievement Dinner recognizes prominent alumni of each academic unit on campus. Past alumni achievement award recipients from SBC include classmates and colleagues Michael Brown, Dr. Roman Tuma and Dr. Fernando Doñate.

All SBC alumni are also invited to visit during commencement when current students of SBC graduate to become alumni.

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SBC also provides opportunities for tax deductible giving, such as contributions to our Graduate Scholars Research Fund, an endowment established to help support graduate student research stipends.

Donors may also consider contributing to help establish a soon-to-be-launched undergraduate program in biotechnology. This academic program will be designed to meet the needs of undergraduates interested in careers in biotechnology or wishing to continue their research-based academic training at the graduate or doctoral level. 

SBC is also involved in a capital development project to enhance research infrastructure in the structural biology program, one of the strongest research focus areas within the school.

SBC continues to grow, and donors are vital to that development. Your investment in the School of Biological Sciences will pave the way for future success stories.

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